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With small, power-efficient mobile streaming media receivers, wireless home networks, third-generation cellular networks, and Internet-in-thesky satellite networks, streaming media will be accessible virtually anywhere. Taking interactive language lessons as you drive to work in your car or on a train will be possible. Instead of listening to the radio in the morning, a personalized summary of what is happening in your sphere of interest might be the program that you listen to. Streaming media programs that you start playing at one location, on one device, could follow you around the house, moving from device to device in response to your physical location. Even places where cell phone coverage is difficult today could one day be connected, through local wireless networks or repeaters. For example, it isn t possible to make a cell phone call on an underground train. However, with repeaters and trackside wireless network access points, or even transmission through collector rails, the problem could be solved. Consumer demand will drive the installation of the infrastructure. In remote locations, beyond the reach of wired and wireless networks, satellite coverage will suffice. The only limitations to when we will access streaming media will be when it is considered impolite or antisocial to do so. For example, most people agree that people talking on mobile phones in theatres and restaurants, or on a crowded train, are a nuisance. So, too, there will be societal limits on when we watch streaming media based on a tacit etiquette.
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Even streaming media programs that are initially broadcast according to a schedule can be stored for on-demand viewing at a later time. Time shifting of digital media is a simple and routine thing. Although most desktop streaming media players do not allow you to record the stream to disk, the stream itself can be accessed directly from a media server later, if the content provider makes this facility available.
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Most players do not allow recording of the stream today as a very crude copy protection scheme, preventing users from making unauthorized copies of media for redistribution and preventing virus attack on consumer PCs. With digital rights management and improved virus scrutiny, there will be no good reason to prevent copying of a stream to disk. Streaming media servers can potentially alert viewers when a scheduled streaming program is about to commence, using instant messaging or even e-mail. Deep archives of historical media can be repurposed for streaming automatically. The availability of deep archives, online, lets you effectively view anything that ever went to air, anytime you choose. The availability of such a broad range of choice coupled with the convenience of on-demand viewing means that we will consume more hours of streaming media, since whenever we feel inclined to watch something, we are almost always guaranteed to find something interesting to watch.
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If the streaming media industry worked to adopt a simulcast standard, it would be possible to support scenarios such as watching news reports at breakfast, which then continue audibly, while you drive your car to the station. While you wait for your train on the platform, the news program could continue on your mobile phone, as audio, into a personal earpiece. On the train, the same program could be picked up on your pocket PC. When you reach your desktop at work, the news could continue uninterrupted, or as alerts and bulletins, where news items you care about are announced automatically. With simulcast technology, the same program, authored only once, would be delivered via different networks, to different devices, yet it would be possible to pass seamlessly from location to location and device to device, with continuity unbroken. Some parts of the MPEG-4 standard hold promise for multipath delivery. Proximity sensors are being used by researchers to effect the smooth handover of streaming program from device to device and room to room, in simulations of digital homes of the future. Personal identification remains problematic at present, but in principle, the home network s proximity sensors could track individual family members, chasing them with the program they are watching and resolving conflicts between family members in the same location as they arise. The home network could put a picture in a picture or split the screen, or else pause the playback of one program, in favor of the other. Streaming media tech-
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